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64-~ \ CDb18 rver .- ------------·_.;;;;.._.,...__........ --- ------;:. Vol. I, No. 4 64TII GE1!ERAL IIOSPITAh I~ORT ~CKSOlit~·-.. 9-~-- Hay 1~ 1 1943. DO'l"l'OLt> UP MEDICAL CORJYJ DECALOGUE Well, our first "Soiree do Bungstarter" was a howling succ0ss, and rm 'ro not referring to tho singlq;, oi thor. The long-mmitod ond thirstily anticipated affair contributed greatly to. the m~ale and cheerfulness of all of us Vlho took part. Now, "why don't we do this more often?" And so, a r16rd of tl•anks to the Officers llho not only permitted, but actually encouraged the party, to Capt Karunoraad, to the !,lese Personnel nho. really vmnt "all .out", and to nll tho others ·:1ho helped put it over. ALLOTIIIEUTS OR SOI.lETj l!lrG This is a copy of one of tho humorous letters received b,, the rlar Dept. concerning allotments for dependents. · Dear. Ik. Headquarters U. s. Armory I '::r husband was induced in~ o the surface long months ago and I ain't recievod no pay from him since he ·HaS gone. Please send me my elorement as I have a four months bab:r and ~o is my only support and I lmood it every day to buy food and keep us enclosed. I am a poor women and all that I havo is at the front. Both sides of my parents are very old and I can't suspect anything from them as my mother has been in bod thirteen years r1i th one doctor and she won't take another. Illy husband is in charge of a spitoon. Please send me a letter and toll me if my husband has made an application for a wi~e and child and please send me a wife form to fill out. I have already written F.D.R. and · get no answer and if I don't hear from you I will 'vrite to Uncle Sam about you and him. Very truly, Urs. Paul rlhi to P.s. L~ husband says he sets in the USQ Thou sh::tl t not take unto t 'hoc any craven ~cncts, cr nn~nhine that is in tho stn~o of theory merely. Thou shalt not bon thyself dotm to them, nor servo them; for tho rules of asepsis e.rc jealous rules, and anguish_ shall be visited upon .yo and upon thy casual tics oven to tho third r.nd fourth casualt:r station if ~;e abate 'them. And · shor;ing mercy unto nll of them that have clean and r~rotected \munds' and lcocp them that YiRY. Thou shalt not tal:o tho aim of asop .. sis in vain. --.. Romember tho \"/Ound and . koc:r- it sterile. Honor thy sulfa and thy morrhia" Thou shalt not kill •. Thou shalt not 'permit added injury. Thou shalt over heal. Thou shalt not omit data or bonr falso nitness upon tho EMT. Thou tthalt not covet thl;• superior 1 s rank, nor his authority nor his responsibility, even if he is full of tho old ox and is an ass, lest these bo eivcn ye and his woe bo unt.o yo. "Tho v:ar Doctor" · Reminiscing--• Sgt Kot'tright on a recent Saturday evening briskly began to givo his order at the "Ship Ahoy". "I'd like a thick porterhouse steak sr:1othered in mushrooms, some buttered toast---'' ''Excuse me, Sergeant 1 11 interrupted the v1ai tor gently, "arc you trying to give an order, or ;just reminiscing about old timeo?" 'every nito with the piano player in his uniform. I think you can find him thoro. 'I ...
|Title||The 64th General Observer v1 n4 May 15th 1943|
Reisinger, Landon C.
Strug, Lawrence H., Dr.
Burt, Lawrence W., Dr.
Thomas, Frederick W.
Evans, Geraldine M.
World War, 1939-1945
United States. Army. General Hospital, 64th
Army 64th General Hospital
|Description||Camp newsletter while the 64th General Hospital underwent WWII military training in Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Publication dates: v. 1 n.1 March 1943 – v.1 n.7 July 1943|
|Notes||Signed 'Fred L. Bader'|
|Publisher||64th General Hospital, U.S. Army.|
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|Source||John P Isché Library - LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans ~ www.lsuhsc.edu/no/library|
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|Coverage-Spatial||South Carolina--Columbia--Fort Jackson|
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